ISIS beheaded 10 Taliban fighters in Afghanistan


Kabul: Escalating the bloody rivalry to establish dominance over Afghanistan, ISIS terrorists ambushed and beheaded ten Taliban fighters at the eastern province of Nangarhar in Afghanistan.

The rival terror groups declared war on one another in April after the Afghan Taliban branded ISIS’ self-declared caliphate illegitimate and refused to declare allegiance to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

ISIS responded by launching recruitment drives deep into Taliban territory, allowing them to expand rapidly – even reportedly replacing the Taliban as the dominant controlling force in one district.

Nangarhar province, which borders Pakistan, is a key target for ISIS as it looks to expand the territory under its control on its mission to build a worldwide caliphate.

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